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Meet softly-spoken Aussie singer, Meg Mac. Meg Mac will play Groovin the Moo.
MOST people listen to music in their car so it stands to reason songwriters would dream up a tune while behind the wheel. That unexpected gospel soul song immediately conjured comparisons with Adele which have followed her around the world as the quietly-spoken artist slayed audiences throughout America with her powerhouse voice. Star opener Mark Cranitch.
News Corp Australia. Then there are the kids who sing her songs for their higher school certificate examinations.
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Meg Mac, as she is known on stage, grew up in Sydney and enjoyed a creative start in life, taking music and drama at Strathfield's McDonald College. Her sultry, soul-infused tones have conquered local radio and propelled the diminutive year-old into the US market at an early stage in her career. Just two years after her first track Known Better was picked up by Triple J, McInerney spent four months this year in the US, and has signed with independent American record label She also performed her own sellout show at the Mercury Lounge in New York.
Making it in the Land of the Free was once a lofty, perhaps starry-eyed prospect for Australian musos, but in the digital age it's a more attainable goal.
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McInerney has fielded international calls from the beginning. Much of the record, especially Turning , comprises hooks and riffs she wrote as a teenager or while studying music at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts in Perth. Little melodic gems can sit anonymously on her phone for years, waiting to be dug up and morphed into a pop song.
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There's stuff on my EP that came from when I was The McInerney household was a musical one, though not in a professional sense. These songs showcase her bold, rich vocals — think 'Roll Up Your Sleeves' — as well as her talent for raw, personal lyrics — check out 'Every Lie'.
McInerney recently admitted to triple j Unearthed that, when she was nine, "I could not get enough of Vanessa Amorosi… please don't judge me. It wasn't until she was 17 that she started writing her own songs and working on a personal style, inspired by her love of "big voices and a bit of that drama — [artists who] sing because they have to or they would die sort of thing, like Edith Piaf". It's an understatement to say has been a big year for the up-and-coming artist. The EP launch kicked off a national tour, with Melbourne and Sydney shows selling out in days, and Brisbane and Perth following soon after.
When she isn't performing or making music, McInerney likes nothing better than to play dress ups with her dog. She told Music Feeds that she and her sister sent a photo of their pet to the Facebook page Dogs Wearing Hats , where "she got more Facebook likes than my whole music page in one hour. The singer is already considering a trip to the US, where, she told Music Feeds , she'll "catch up with some label type people [who] want to meet me.
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It is exciting to think I can reach people away from my home. But before she jets off, McInerney will be taking on her first major festival as winner of the Falls Festival competition. Expect more bold piano sounds, big vocals and electronic elements from this promising young artist with a big future ahead of her. Published on November 19, by Rebecca Allen.
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